JSL applies for BIS certification – N5, N6, and N7

The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) has recently introduced three grades—N5, N6, and N7—under the standard IS 15997, meant exclusively for stainless steel used in utensils and kitchenware applications. Jindal Stainless (JSL) is the first to apply for and secure certification for those grades under the enhanced standard.

The enhancement in the scope of the standard brings in low Nickel (with Ni <1%) Chromium Manganese grades of stainless steel within the ambit of BIS specifications. The addition of these three grades to the standard will help usher in a new quality regime for stainless steel used in utensils and kitchenware.

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